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The proliferation of different objects put in the grass verges to stop parking

Reported via mobile in the Kerb Issues category anonymously at 08:23, Thursday 16 March 2023

Sent to Rutland County Council less than a minute later

There are now a variety of different unlit dark posts pit in i firmally causing a hazard as well as various ugly dirty white plastic ( some damaged) posts proliferating along this entry road to the old part of Oakham and the Coumcil building.. Ironically with the house renovations and deliveries to these v expensive houses they then park obstructing the road or driving over their own verge obstructions. This area needs looking at to prevent individuals putting in random verge obstructions ( which aren't legal anyhow)...tbe white plastic bollards become filthy and are very ugly poor solution too. In this attractive approach please can you review and do a unified action..wooden posts with reflective lights or other solutions. You see these in many other towns..I've neber seen dirty white plastic bits used in any attractive villages or towns elsewhere. These householders must be paging high coumcil tax which needs ensuring that aplroach keeps in character. It is currently poor, often obstructed by de!iveries and renovating work crews and unmanaged.

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    Posted by Rutland County Council at 15:24, Thursday 16 March 2023

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